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THE WEIGHT-FOR-AGE HORSES [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912

THE WEIGHT-FOR-AGE HORSES BY 'PILOT' It cannot bo said the form displayed in | w.f.a. racrs this season has been an improve meni. upon that of many previous year?, f 1 doubt whether either Aurofodina. Malt King. I Trafalgar, or Lady Medallist were better than last season — if quite as good — but each won, and the only marked development was that of Duke Foote, whose sudden advance from a fair handlrapper to a weight-for-age horse j came as a surprise to most followers of racing. Duke Foote, owing to his Melbourne Cup failure, is still tinder suspicion as a genuine stayer, but the way he finished in the spring Stakes (in which he dead-heated Aurofodlnaj and the Metropolitan loft no doubt aft to his being really good up to a mile and a half, and 1 should not like to sav that was the full length of his tether. Though he sprinted well on Melbourne Cup morning, and showed plenty , of life when walking round the birdcage, h-j ran so Indifferently in the race that hi could not have won at ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE DAVIS CUP PROBLEMS IN MELBOURNE. Preliminary Matches and Practice "did not Give England a Chance." THE COURTS ARE THE MECCA OF LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912

THE DAVIS CUP PROBLEMS IN MELBOURNE. Preliminary Matches and Practice 'did not Give England a Chance.' THE COURTS ARE THE MECCA OF LAWN TENNIS. (By 'AUSTRAL,' AT THE COURTS.) Melbourne Just before the battlcf was surely *cclng the greatest gathering of the lawn tennis clanc that lias ever hcen In one towu. All the champions or Australasia of to-day have been here for a week or more. The champions of former times were streaming In, and as sembled each day around the Davis Cup court itself, watching closely every stroke of thu etrenuous finishing practice games. Monday wus the first day tho court was used, and i; *-t once satisfied everybody of Its per fection. Tho courts In use in the champion chips were slow mid bumpy, through being used In the wet; but the Davl.s Cup court was as hard as a brickbat. The groundsman. Lut trell, has recehcd an I deserved great praise. The space around Is -implo. and yet is quite rrquired for the- agility of Parke, the great Internationalist In tennis ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOXING WEIGHTS. New York Commissioner Proposes Sets of Regulations. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912

BOXING WEIGHTS. New York Commissioner Proposes Sets of Regulations. For the first tlmo in the history of boxing in the United States an ofllcial attempt will bo mado by the New York State Athletic Commis sion to fix an international standard of weights to govern championship bouts in the various classes. Tho Commission hopes to get Its schedule recognised by the authorities govern ing the sport in England, France, and Aus tralia The Commission, in fixing the scale, also sti pulated that the various weight limits should he made at the riugside. In all countries veigh ing-in has many opponents, and It Is believed that a modification of this rule will be agreed upon lilt.'' :* by the international bodier. con cerned. KAHANAMOKU - TUE DUKE'— OF HONOLULU. THE FASTEST SPRINT SWIMMER IN THE W0R LD, PHOTOGRAPHED AT THE STADIUM BATHS !? . ? STOCKHOLM. HE IS TO VISIT SYDNEY. Tho Commission's schedule calls for a new class to ineludo boxers too heavy to make 168 pounds ringside, yet too light ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE VICTOR TRUMPER BENEFIT MATCH. A Popular Note Struck by the Cricket Association. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912

THE VICTOR TROffiPER BENEFIT MATCH. A Popular Note Struck by the Gricket Association. -(By 'NOT OUT.') The New Sooth 'Wales Cricket Association struck a popular note when it decided to give a testimonial or benefit match to Victor Trumpcr, tho Clnquevalll of crickct. It has sounded echoes of approval from many quarters, which indicate that though Truxnper d!d not bask in the limelight of the Triangular Contest, his magnetism with the bat is not forgotten. The match Is to be played a week later than the time-honored New South Wak\s v Victoria contest, at the Sydney Cricket Ground, ou An niversary Day. To be New South Wales v The P.est of Australia, it will probably take on the character uf the Champion State v The Rest oC the States, for New South Wales is building up a team to compare with that ot some few year* back. Victor Trumpcr was the beau ideal of a cricketer in gra^e and style, when a little lad :» t tho Crown-street Public School. lie had uu*. acquired that rellued skill in...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912

1 I A CHANCE OF A SMALL f | I FORTUNE | » AWAITS ANY SPORT WHO WILL LEAVE HIS I ! $?. ❖ CASH FOR A SUIT AT « , I | The Eastern Suburbs TAILORS § % PER0U8E ROAD, RANDWICK. || -- COUNTRY CLIENTS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. ! !M 2 Piitfn* Tape, af.il SiH-Mtiiuro Forau ' ' §f X despatched per return mill. O S ¥ THIS OFFER ONLY OPEN FOB A FEW WEEEfl. * ! IfU ? ? W A. HOLZIOAL, Hunger. * * TO-DAY. ? ? ? TO-DAY. SYDNEY SAILING CLUB 18ft. HANDICAP SOW AND PUIS COURSE. PRIZES. i;3n, STEAMERS KUI.GOA «nd LADY RAWSO.V FOLLOW. Stcimfr Kulc6» (licenstrl to carry 12301 leave, Stephen tt.. Ralmain, »t 2.30 p.m.; rolnt-5t., PjTmont, it 2.85 ; Darlinjr-st., Balmain, at S.tS ; and Fort 3f«c quarle, a: 3.10 p.m. Steamer Lady Rawton learea Fort llacquarle Only at 3 10 c.m. Pa«a6nger, may land at Clark Island and View Race fr6ra Start to Flnlah. TICKETS i GcuUemen, 1 /? Ladlet, ef. — ? ? — A. JONES, Hon. Bee.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912

J.JAILWAY AND TRAMWAY CLUB'S TOURNAMENT. i:vrmi-;s wanted m-c novpk tophnkv f„r !'V.ttlirr- :nui Rinuee uli., h.i\-- never competed in \ i*:i. of :io rounds ('r .t i.idi pri/.i'. l\i:lH'iil.ir- ;ii { !t:l» I'l' iniM--, O'L oinifll-stroct. New tov.si. '101 liM'.V OIMMKMTS -I-l\l).\Y, DKCKJlUER 8. KNTIUKS M.ONi: nn I'lilDAY NEXT. i&iUL. Iw B«l» Division* ? ' -7. S. AIKMAN, i The Best ! Old Orkney Whisky. The purest , spring water from the heather-clad hUls of Orkney Island is used in the distilling of i ' ' miL'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912

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Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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BOWLS AND BOWLERS [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912

BOWLS AND BOWLERS j - - BY 'TOUCHER.* ? J* ' - | i l have the complete programme of the Aus- 1 trnliau championship carnival time -„o begin In Melbourne on December 21. and clo«o January I .1 — ten days of play and spree- the spree pan I being well considered, and by no means over- I done. . i 'Let good digestion wait on appetite,' says I Shakespeare, nnd throttgn what they have ar- j ranged so salth the V.B.A. Here Is the lls?t : IVi r.l(- rA It# MA 1 1 lllvl. Tuesday, npfrmbrr -I.— VirtorU v. Queensland, New South Wulo v. South Aur-tr;tli.i, Wcrtern Australia v. Taatnnnb. Wedno*d;»y. Derrinbcr ^ Victoria v. South Au*tnilla, New Seii.ii \V,ilc« v. Tasmania, Wot rrn Australia v. Iiuern«li1tld. Tluiifdjy. Urrrmbcr Victoria v. New South Wale*, Soiuh Australia v. Western Australia, Ta*uuni a v. 'Jici'ielionl. Kridav. I'ercmhrr 27.—- Victoria v. Western Australia, .Vc»v South Wales v. Queensland, Tasmania v. South , Saturday, lircemhrr 3P.— Vlrtorla v. Tamtuntt, New, South Wale* v. \\Y-...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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FLYN O'THE HILL Or, THE LITTLE WHITE WITCH [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] CHAPTER XVI.—"TO WIN OR LOSE IT ALL." [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912

FLYN O* THE HILL Or, THE LITTLE WHITE WITCH ' ' 11 BY MADGE BARLOW. PZ'/ £ (ALL RIGHTS JIESKRVKD.J CHAPTER XVI. — 'TO WIN OP. LOSE IT ALL.' The rain poured on Flyn's birthday, destine! to bo the blackest in her young life, poured steadily nnd dismally, tho soaked earth Fqueleh ing underfoot. like a well-filled sponge. She re t lined -In a low rocker drawn to the window, : her spires matching the w/yither. Of all her j birthdays this iwn« the loneliest. None had re- | rmembered. none sent a greeting or a* kindly I wieh. Only Jnffe had paid 'Many happy return**. Miss Flyn.' nnd Mrs. Jaffe had embraced her, and bidden her 'Cheer up, lovey. It's always darkest before dawn, and the beet days ore tho oucs to come.' She 'was too ill and -wretched to respond, but she nestled close to Mr?. Jaffe's comfortable bosom, and let a motherly hand stroke her hair. Those best days seemed destined never to ar rive. and s'he had given up counting on them. 'I'd like to go away, quite far away,' she raid...

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SPORT IN OTHER LANDS POLICE COMMITTEE WARNS JOHNSON TO STAY AWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912

SPORT IN OTHER LANDS POLICE COMMITTEE WARNS JOHNSON I TO STAY AWAY. FROM CALIFORNIA AND SAN FRANCISCO LV PARTICULAR. Jack Johnson isn't wanted In San Francisco as a pugilistic attraction. 'Keep away from San Francisco.' Js the word that has gone out to the champion of the world. Alter all, per haps a formal notilleation isn't necessary, since the Maine* Jack .Johnson was barred from tho Stafe of California two years and a half back by urd« r of James N. (Jillett. then (Jovernor, but ;t Is made more binding by the attitude of' the Poljee Committee of the Uoord of Supervisors, which governs matters litti'-. and the promoter:* themselves. iu- uuLiuoaK on me part ol the Chi i agoau has stirred tip more resentment, and it isn t eveu likely that his name would be stig- | gested by any of the promoters. .Johnson Isn t wanted in California, and par ticularly In San Francisco,' was the statement made by Oscar Hocks, chairman of the Police Committee of tue Board of Supervtscrs. which committe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912

? The Whisky CUT THE COUPON FROM 'THE GLOBE!' I GET ON TO THEM NOW! s THE 'FINALS' \ This is a nevr Prize Competition g | running in 'THE GLOBE' ; I 'FINALS!' 'FINALS!' 'FINALS!' 'FINALS!' 'F1NAJLS1* PRIZES, £10, £5, I AND MANY OTHERS. 1 Cut the Coupon from 'The Globe!' 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912

SPORTS SPECIALISTS. McMillan deery & co. ltd. OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TILL 9 P-M. SYDNEY SPORTS DKPOT (opp. IMtcl AustralU). 38 Caatlgreagh Street Sidney. ,

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TURF GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912

I TURF GOSSIP ® t fSy 'THE fiCOUT.' © Moorcflcld this afternoon, | AIeo the Victoria Pnrk Clip meeting; i While the' Q.T.C. Summer meeting will open tt Engle Farm, And Melbourne rncegoers will be provided j. with their sport nt Sandown Park. The erection of the new totnlisator at Ellcr* lle la progressing rapidly, and hopes aJc . ' talned that everything will be in order for t e preliminary trials early noxt month. During his career in the middle the American horpeman. D. Maher. who flnlalic-l 'I'onil on the list ot winning joi-kcys In Englnnrt thlB year has ridden over 1S00 winners, ot which H33 were In England, Owing to there being a Tacc meeting at Kcmbln Grange on Tuesday next, tho Jocke-c swimming handicap, which was to have been held at the Coogee Aquarium baths on that day. ban been brought forwnrd to Monday, when a start will be made at 11 a.m. The Summer meeting of tho N'ewcastlc Jockey Club opens this afternoon, and will be con cluded on Wednesday next. Intending metro pol...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRITISH ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912

BRITISH ASSOCIATION. Mr. J. j. Benttey has -been appointed -tht A8W manager ol the Manchester .United Club.

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SAILING [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912

SAILING © 0y 'FREE-SHEET.' ® Saturday seemed like fcvcral daya rolled Into one in regard to weather. First came a j faint breeze from the east-south-east, that mode ! progress down the harbor very slow. Then tame a heavy downpour of rain, that mndu matters vastly uncomfortable for all concerned | while it lasted. This was succeeded by a li^ht nouthcrlyt which heforo long developed Into « strong blow from the same quarter. Ihe squall struck the yachts engaged in the first contest for the Fairfax Cup. under the auspices of tho Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron, at .in awkward moment— Just as ihey were nearlng the Manly buoy. In the confusion that followed rhelma ami Sayotiaru missed the rounding mark, and Sunbeam lowered her throat halyards. It's an Ill-wind that blows nobody any good. At least, Culwulla's skipper must have thought so. for while the bulk of the fleet were flounder ing about in search of the little Manly buoy, CulwuJla was suugged down on the return trip, and It was well for...

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GOSSIP OF THE RING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912

GOSSIP OF THE RING. (By 'SOLAR PLEXUS.') 'Jne-tJme clever boxer Tommy Mears writes: 'I would like to match my pupil, Alf. Williams, aguiust Young Holden In a ten rounds bout at the Stadium some Thursday afternoou,' HOCK KEYS INCAPACITATED. Owing to an Injury to one of his hands whilst training. Hock Keys will be unable to fulfil his contract with Jean Poesy at the Stadium to night. While falling, he put his hand out to unve himself, and badly sprained the first and flec.onn nngers, which, under careful treatment, : may be as well as ever In a week's time. | The writer happened to be present at the Stadium on Wednesday when the messenger arived with the disappointing news, and bearing the doctor's certificate, which read as (ollows : 'I certify that I have examined Hock Keys' band, and I consider him unfit to fight a ex* Saturday night, as It will not bo well by thai time.— (Signed) CEDRICK BOWKER, M.D,' At my suggestion, the Stadium management deeded to substitute Frank O'Grady, who...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912

NEWCASTLE RACES To-day Saturday, November 30 Wednesday, December 4. LARGE FIELDS. GOOD SPORT. TRAINS Leave Sydney Morning of each day at 6.13, 7.35, 0.10 a.m., aud Returning tame c\cnlng at 3.20. p.m. Newcastle Trami Dircct to the Racecouree Gate*. FIRST RACE AT 2.10 P.M. J. GR1HDALK, Secretary, ? ? Newcastle Jockey Club, Ltd. Wollongong jockey Club. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1912, KKM1U.A WKLTKIt, of 20 »ovs. Lowest weight, Stt 7 furlutiea. TOMB THUMB NOVEL HANDICAP, of 13 sov». For hor^co which ha\e nevvr won an udvcrtUed taah prize. l.OTvcMt weight, ^et. t» furlongs. 1LLAWAKUA STAKES, of ?»:, 0 lurlojig* ALLOW It 1 K TRIAL STAKES, of 13 ».ovs. Kor horses which have never won u racr of the value of 30 bovh. Lowest weight, 'at. 7ll-. U furlough. WOLLONtJONfJ HANDICAP, of ?-:- sov.-. 1 mile ENTRANCE FEE FOR EACH EVENT, 10/. ' NO ACCEPTANCE PEE. ENTRIES CLOSE with the undersigned, or with th-» Secretary of Warwick Farm Racing Club at i »? m on MONDAY NEXT, DECEMBER 2. J. DENMEADE, Sccfet...

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BOXING WORLD "GOSH, HE CAN HIT" [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912

BOXING WORLD J* - B Y e ' RIGHT-CROSS ' o» 'GOSH, HE r.AX HIT . | ??Gosh, he can hli remarked Kid McCoy to your humble servant a* he came away from hi* dressing. room on Wednesday night. The ?'he' was Loon nemstcin. What happened during the battle made it plain to spectators that the Frenchman certainly could hit. Mor« than ince tho great little Australian fighter was pent ,:ack in his tracks, and more than once his «nce8 sagged .iiid wobbled ominously. Hcrn teln demonstrated skill beyond anything his ellow coutrymen have shown in Sydney, but be ,s not east in the rugged mould of Audouy, 3al/ac\ «r even Til. and that is where his equip raent as a ngnter stirrers. ncmntrui «-).- ?» tetter conditioned man than' when he took Hoi k Keys on so soon after his arrival in this coun try. and those who laid 4 ond f» to 1 on McCoy were on tenter-hooks till after thv close of the seventh round, which saw the tide turn much against the visitor. For my part, 1 t ould not eoe MrCov as a likely los...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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CRICKET JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912

CRICKET JOTTINGS. (BY 'RAMBLER,') At No. 1 Ground Eric Bull dccidcd to tak. brat use of the wicket, and no doubt feels more batlslied thau C. 1). B. Wright, the acting skip per of Sydney, who, oil the adjoining ground, sent Uurwood to the wickets. Each wickct was easy. The ball cut through, and none of the bowlers turned them percep tibly, though the greasy turf prevented the bats men using their tect us usual. In Middle Harbor's Gl for one wicket, G. Lowe fciitted neatly for 2J not out, and one expects htm to materially Increase It to-day. Though the umpires, J. Lalng and C. W. Wuugh thought the wicket worse at the commencement of tnc game than tlio captains did: knowledge of Us reputation for quick recovery prevented them deciding to draw stumps till j o'clock. Some of the play ers had anticipated the decision and donned their ordinary attire. At No. 2 Ground, where Burwood had scored 42 lor one wickct, a similar performance was going on. Though chafing at the delay, 'Fin' whlled ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 30 November 1912

CtSICKET BAT BEPAIBS. CALL OH WTCH (jf ih H® L*,° Repairer of ? Vtolor Trumppr't. At 57 King St Arcadp. (Over J. Ptanon's.) TENNIS. RACflVET. REPA1BS,

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